My Guide Website?
Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket5695 Reviews
In the heart of Florence, 100 meters from the Accademia Gallery, the Leonardo Interactive Museum hosts over 50 large machines based on the Codes of Leonardo himself.
- Operate over 50 life-size, working machines based on in-depth studies of the drawings contained in the famous Leonardo da Vinci codes
- Participate in the active, experimental and always innovative laboratories where you can build bridges, domes, Leonardo's polyhedron and more
- Admire and compare some of the most famous paintings by Leonardo
- Interact and discover the machines' inner workings and the Genius of Leonardo
- Build and dismantle Leonardo’s bridge and dome and understand the principles behind their workings
DescriptionMake your way to the Leonardo Interactive Museum in the heart of Florence, just steps from the Accademia Gallery, and discover a family-friendly exhibition guaranteed to stimulate your curiosity. Marvel at machines built to scale and according to Da Vinci's original designs. Learn about some of Leonardo’s major studies of anatomy and see high-resolution backlit replicas of his main paintings to explore his medical and artistic achievements. Organized into 4 sections - earth, water, air, and fire - the museum provides descriptions in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian for your convenience. Benefit from multimedia displays about the artist and inventor's extraordinary life and works.
IncludesEntry ticket to the Leonardo Interactive Museum
- The museum is not a playground for children, who must be held by the hand at all times. Throughout the visit, parents must strictly supervise their children, who are strictly forbidden inside the museum: - shouting or talking loudly; - running, jumping; - climb on the objects on display or on the tables in the workshops Engaging in other behaviour that is not polite and respectful to other visitors. Those who break the rules will be escorted out immediately Please be punctual. The museum does not provide an audioguide service for health reasons